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[audio]"Peg" Moreland - The Prisoner at the Bar - "Peg" Moreland
Victor 21548... Recorded on July 5, 1928. A ballad about a young man facing trial and his fiance who (somehow) manages to get him aquitted through an impassioned speech
Keywords: 78rpm; country; old time; 1920s; Bill from Ellerslie's record collection
Downloads: 525
[audio]"Peg" Moreland - Over the Hills to the Poorhouse - "Peg" Moreland
Victor 21548... Recorded on July 3, 1928. Moreland was from Texas and was called "Peg" due to the fact that he used a wooden leg.
Keywords: 78rpm; country; old time; 1920s; Bill from Ellerslie's Record Collection
Downloads: 851
[audio]P Frosini - Curro cuchares 1921 - P Frosini
1921 (Edison cylinder)
Keywords: Popular; 1920s
Downloads: 273
[audio]P Frosini - the Four Jacks 1921 - P Frosini
1921 (Edison cylinder)
Keywords: Popular; 1920s
Downloads: 290
[audio]Oh! brother what a feeling - P. D. Cook
Aeolian:Vocalion Ernest Hare orchestra accompaniment - issue date: (Apr. 1921.)
Keywords: brrc; 78rpm; Ernest Hare; novelty
Downloads: 87
[audio]Personal Speech To The Future by P. T. Barnum (1890) - P. T. Barnum
Personal Speech To The Future by P. T. Barnum (1890)
Keywords: P. T. Barnum
Downloads: 1,275
[audio]P. T. Barnum - Personal Speech To The Future (1890) - P. T. Barnum
Record GRINDING NOISES are removed however low original fidelity (250 to 2,500 cycles per second for acoustic) remains. Dates given, usually correct, are often just a guess.
Keywords: Cylinder; popular; acoustic
Downloads: 850
[audio]P. T. Hahn - A little boy in blue - P. T. Hahn
Record GRINDING NOISES are removed however low original fidelity (250 to 2,500 cycles per second for acoustic) remains. Dates given, usually correct, are often just a guess.
Keywords: Cylinder; popular; acoustic; 1910s
Downloads: 128
[audio]DVORAK: Cello Concerto - Pablo Casals, Cello
PLEASE GO TO https://archive.org/details/DVORAKCelloConcerto-Casals-NEWTRANSFER FOR SUPERIOR TRANSFER & HIGHER BIT RATE. DVORAK: Concerto in B Minor for Cello and Orchestra, Op. 104 Pablo Casals, Cello The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra Georg Szell, conductor Recorded March 28, 1937. Victor 78rpm Album DM 458 Digital transfer by F. Reeder
Keywords: classical; cello; Casals; 78rpm; Szell
Downloads: 8,132 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars(2 reviews)
[audio]Zapateado - Pablo de Sarasate - Pablo de Sarasate
Zapateado composer Pablo de Sarasate violin Jan Kubelik, around 1925
Keywords: pablo de sarasate; sarasate; violin; 78rpm; kubelik; classical
Downloads: 566
[audio]Pablo O'Farrill - La Virgen De Regla - Pablo O'Farrill
The "Orquesta International" performs Pablo O'Farrill's Cuban danzon "La Virgen de Regla" in this recording from circa 1923. From the original 78rpm disk.
Keywords: Cuban; Danzon; World Music; Folk; Traditional; 78rpm
Downloads: 219
[audio]Pachac a Juskanic Slovenska Orkestra - Kosiache Moloko - Pachac a Juskanic Slovenska Orkestra
The Pachac a Juskanic Slovenska Orkestra, a Pennsylvania Slovak gypsy coal miner's band (here recording as "Mainerska Orkestra", "Miner's Orchestra"), perform a Ukrainian Kolomeika ("Kosiache Moloko") in this recording from a session in New York on December 6, 1929. From the original 78rpm disk.
Keywords: Slovak; folk; traditional; world music; 78rpm
Downloads: 170
[audio]Pachac a Juskanic Slovenska Orkestra - Dievky Na Valale (Village Girls) - Pachac a Juskanic Slovenska Orkestra
The Pachac a Juskanic Slovenska Orkestra, a Pennsylvania Slovak gypsy coal miner's band, perform a csardas entitled "Dievky Na Valale" ("Village Girls") in this recording from a session in New York on December 6, 1929. From the original 78rpm disk.
Keywords: Slovak; folk; traditional; world music; 78rpm
Downloads: 181
[audio]Pachac a Juskanic Slovenska Orkestra - Za Vodov Salata (Over The Brook) - Pachac a Juskanic Slovenska Orkestra
The Pachac a Juskanic Slovenska Orkestra, a Pennsylvania Slovak gypsy coal miner's band, perform a csardas entitled "Za Vodov Salata" ("Over The Brook") in this recording from a session in New York on December 6, 1929. From the original 78rpm disk.
Keywords: Slovak; folk; traditional; world music; 78rpm
Downloads: 123
[audio]Pachac a Juskanic - Nasa Macka By Se Vydavala - Pachac a Juskanic Slovenska Orkestra
Slovak folk song "Nasa Macka By Se Vydavala" ("Our Cat Wants To Get Married") performed by Pachac a Juskanic Slovenska Orkestra, recorded in New York on December 6, 1929. From the original 78rpm disk.
Keywords: Music; Ethnic; 78rpm; Slovak
Downloads: 6,244 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars(2 reviews)
[audio]Pachac a Juskanic Slovenska Orkestra - Znivarsky Czardas (Harvest Czardas) - Pachac a Juskanic Slovenska Orkestra
The Pennsylvania Slovak coal miner's band Pachac a Juskanic Slovenska Orkestra perform the two-part "Znivarsky Czardas" ("Harvest Czardas") in this recording made in New York on December 6, 1929. From the original 78rpm disk.
Keywords: Slovak; folk; traditional; world music; 78rpm
Downloads: 143
[audio]Byron's, Delahunty's Hornpipe - Paddy Cronin
Fiddle solo, Tom McSharry, piano, Copley 9-114. Byron's is more properly titled Byrne's. Delahunty's is called the Wicklow Hornpipe in O'Neill's books.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 1,253 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[audio]The Templehouse, The Duke of Leinster - Paddy Cronin
Fiddle solo, H. German - piano, Copley 9-119. A lively set of reels. The spoken outro and occasional sound of plates crashing is by Clare/Dublin/Florida fiddler James Kelly, who made some of the dubs of these old Irish 78s.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 659
[audio]O'Keefe's, The Rights of Man - Paddy Cronin
Fiddle solo, Tom McSharry - piano, Copley 9-115. Presumably the first tune is named after Padraig O'Keefe, Cronin's famous fiddle teacher from back home.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 993
[audio]Con McCarthy's Favorite, the Killarney Wonder - Paddy Cronin
Fiddle solo, piano - Tom McSharry, Copley 9-112. The first tune is Father Dollard's Hornpipe in O'Neill's books, after a reverend musician of the Chief's Irish Music Club. Kitty's Wedding is the title usually reserved for the second number, a hornpipe also popular in American Contra Dance music.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 717
[audio]Flax in bloom, The Millstone, The Dairymaid - Paddy Cronin
Fiddle solo, H. German - piano, Copley 9-116. Paddy recreates two of James Morrison's medleys on this 78, the reverse of this side is Rakish Paddy/The Wheels of the World. The Millstone is also called the College Groves or the New Desmne. The Dairymaid was recorded on a radio disc by Michael Coleman as Rockaway Bound, a very American title for this tune. Paddy Killoran recorded it for RTE as Kiss the Bride in Bed; this is one of the few tunes all three Sligo fiddle masters recorded, and here we ...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 789
[audio]Cronin's hornpipe, Fitzgerald's Hornpipe - Paddy Cronin
Fiddle solo, Tom McSharry - piano, Copley 9-113. Cronin's is more often called Denis Murphy's, after the famous Sliabh Luachra fiddler who like Paddy was a student of Padraig O'Keefe. Fitzgerald's was recorded by Paddy Killoran as a reel, McGovern's Favorite.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 889
[audio]Gorman's Reel, The Pretty Girls of the Village - Paddy Cronin
Fiddle solo, Tom McSharry - piano, Copley 9-115. The first tune is titled after Johnny Gorman, a famous travelling piper from Roscommon who played music with both Michael Coleman and James Morrison. This reel was also recorded by Dublin piper Billy Andrews, who may have learned it directly from Gorman at a Dublin Feis Ceoil, or indirectly from musicians who knew Gorman, as Cronin did. The second tune is often called Anderson's, after another renowned piper, Michael Anderson from Co...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 954
[audio]The Boys of the Town, The Hag With the Money - Paddy Cronin
Fiddle solo, H. German - piano, Copley 9-119. This set of jigs is cut off near the end, as is the reels on the other side, suggesting damage to the original disc. The spoken outro is by Clare/Dublin/Florida fiddler James Kelly, who made some of the dubs of these old Irish 78s.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 855
[audio]Rakish Paddy, The Wheels of the World - Paddy Cronin
Fiddle solo, H. German - piano, Copley 9-116. The flipside of this is Flax in bloom/The Millstone/The Dairymaid, which is also a James Morrison medley. Coleman received much more attention than Morrison or Killoran, but these two were definitely no slouches as fiddlers, and it was noteworthy of Cronin to honor Morison here instead of recreating one of Coleman's medleys. The third and fourth parts of Rakish Paddy are said to be Coleman's composition, presumably after he recorded the usual first t...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 1,280
[audio]The Mountain Top, The Galtee Mountains - Paddy Cronin
Fiddle solo, piano - Tom McSharry, Copley 9-114. Seamus Ennis learned the first tune from Cronin's teacher Padraig O'Keefe, and Seamus gave it the title O'Keefe's Plough. The second reel seems like a fiddle tune that passed through the hands of a flautist or piper, the melody has a drive to go beneath middle D but instead plays notes in the upper range of the first octave.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 692
[audio]The Doon reel no. 2, O'Callaghan's Reels - Paddy Cronin
Fiddle solo, Tom McSharry - piano, Copley 9-113. Two reels from Cronin's home locality of Kerry. Paddy's 78 recording of The Doon no. 1/Quinn's Reel may be heard on the CD From Milestone at the Garden.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 981
[audio]The Gold Ring, Haste to the Wedding - Paddy Killoran
Fiddle solo, unknown - piano, Decca 12145. The first tune isn't the familiar piping jig in the key of G, but a fiddler's tune in D. Paddy follows it with a tune which is known all over the British Isles and America; often in America it is one of only a handful of 6/8 tunes known.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 865
[audio]Down the Broom, The Gatehouse Maid - Paddy Killoran
Fiddle solo, unknown - piano, Decca 12145. A medley which is occasionally recreated by Killoran fans. Paddy's wife was from Miltown Malbay, Co. Clare, and the well-known fiddler Junior Crehan remembered Paddy playing these reels on visits to his wife's hometown, they being great favorites of his. These tunes were popularized by this record as well. Sean Maguire's father had a different and very nice reel he called the Gatehouse Maid as well.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 865
[audio]If There Wasn't Any Women in the World - Paddy Killoran
Fiddle and accordion, unknown - piano, Decca 12158. Two barndances, also recorded by James Morrison, whose recording is on this site as well. Killoran, upon arriving in NYC in 1925, became a student of Morrison's, and Paddy was a very successful bar owner/band leader, making several trips back home to Ireland at a time when this was an impossible luxury for most. Another Sligo fiddler of Morrison's generation, Michael Gorman, can be heard playing the first tune on the Sligo Champion 2CD set, as ...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle; Accordion
Downloads: 851
[audio]Maguire's Fiddle, O'Donnell's Hornpipe - Paddy Killoran
Fiddle solo, unknown - piano, Decca 12138. The tunes are played in reverse order. Both are in O'Neill's, where Maguire's Fiddle is called Sault's Own Hornpipe, attributed to John Gillan, who collected music on his own in Longford and Leitrim.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 1,122
[audio]Farrel O'Gara, The Silver Spire - Paddy Killoran
Fiddle solo, unknown - piano, Decca 12204. Killoran had started his career in 1931 by recording duets with his fellow Sligoman Paddy Sweeney, including this set of reels, and their duet has been featured on various reissues; here is a chance to hear Paddy on his own. Coleman also recorded Farrel O'Gara, playing at a noticeably slow clip, prompting some to think he was really playing the tunes as schottisches...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 875
[audio]Shannon's Favorite, Highland Bonnet - Paddy Killoran
Fiddle solo, unknown - piano, Decca 12204. Coleman called the first tune the Killarney Wonder, Morrison's title was Roderick. Morrison also recorded another tune he called Highland Bonnet, and both that recording and Roderick are available on this site.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 817
[audio]Leitrim Jig, Guertin Boys (Rambling Pitchfork) - Paddy Killoran
Fiddle solo, Jim McGinn - piano, Decca 12095. The first is a nice punchy jig, a bit like a Clare tune called Old Tipperary. The second is the familiar Rambling Pitchfork, which Paddy renamed for this disc after a small town in south Sligo. Coleman also recorded this setting, which has the occasional substitution of the fiddle's low A for the expected note an octave higher, making for a neat variation.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 719
[audio]The Enchanted Lady, The Holy Land - Paddy Killoran
Fiddle solo, unknown - piano, Decca 12201. Kevin Burke recreated this medley on the Bothy Band's third LP. These are very old fashioned tunes to my ear, having simple structures where phrases echo one another, often making for good tunes to improvise upon. Piper Patsy Touhey recorded a reel, Delaney's Frolics, somewhat similiar to the Holy Land.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 981
[audio]Dwyer's Favorite, The Star of Munster - Paddy Killoran
Fiddle solo, unknown - piano, Decca 12158. Tom Ennis recorded Dwyer's as Eileen Curran, in the key of A minor; this recording is also on this site. Playing in A requires going up to high C, not impossible on the fiddle but tricky, so fiddle settings are in G minor instead, such as the one in O'Neill's, under the title the Sailor's Return. The label for this record actually listed the second tune as the "Star of Monster." Like the first tune it is more commonly heard in A minor...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 775
[audio]Joe Cooley's, Martin Feeny's Favorite - Paddy Killoran
Fiddle solo, unknown - guitar, unknown label and release date. This was probably released on the Copley label, who were about the only label in America making new Irish discs in the early 50s. Some of Paddy's other sides made around this time were later assembled on an LP, Memories of Ireland, featuring the same guitarist heard here, who I believe is Jack McKenna, who backed Hughie Gillespie on the 78s he made in the 30s...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 855
[audio]The Humors of Ballinafad, McPaddin's Favorite - Paddy Killoran
Fiddle solo, unknown - piano, Decca 12179. In the books the first tune is usually called the Pet of the Pipers. Coleman recorded it as the second tune in his Up Sligo medley. The second tune Paddy recorded with His Pride of Erin Orchestra as Jerry Donovan's Favorite; a recording of this will be made available shortly.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 496
[audio]The Boys of Ballysodare, Bat Henry's Favorite - Paddy Killoran
Fiddle solo, Jim McGinn - piano, Decca 12179. The first tune was once described as the national anthem of Sligo fiddling. The second reel is the Four Hand Reel, or the Five Mile Chase as it's often called. Killoran and Paddy Sweeney also recorded a Batt Henry's Favorite Barn Dance.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 742
[audio]Drowsy Maggie, Toss the Feathers - Paddy Killoran
Fiddle solo, unknown - piano, Decca 12138. Drowsy Maggie was a popular tune in the old days. A third part is sometimes played, which is occasionally credited to a modern musician, but which actually seems to be traditional - Dublin piper Seamus Ennis had it, for instance, and if anyone stuck to the traditional it was him. Patsy Touhey recorded both of these reels on cylinders, and the first on one of his 78s as well...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 2,227
[audio]The Mason's Apron, Langton's Favorite - Paddy Killoran
Fiddle solo, Jim McGinn - piano, Decca 12201. In the 50s and 60s The Mason's Apron became associated with Belfast fiddler Sean Maguire, who developed a multi part version requiring a good deal of technical ability to play. Flute player Matt Molloy still plays Maguire's variations as a solo when performing with the Chieftains. Still at its heart is the original two part reel, as recorded by Killoran and others such as accordionist Frank Murphy, a lively tune with plenty of scope for variation...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 1,840
[audio]Cherish the Ladies - Paddy Killoran
Fiddle solo, unknown - piano, Decca 12220. This was Paddy's last 78 of the 30s; he would release a few more in the late 40s/early 50s, some of which were compiled onto an LP, Memories of Ireland. Coleman also recorded this big version of the tune, as did piper Tom Ennis (whose recording is available on this site). Paddy's unusual AE double stop in the fourth part is a nice touch to this sprightly performance.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 839
[audio]Paddy on the Turnpike, Collier's - Paddy Killoran
Fiddle solo, Jim McGinn - piano, Decca 12103. Paddy on the Turnpike was also recorded by Coleman and Morrison. Pipers usually call this tune the Bunch of Keys, often dispensing with the flat notes in the melody. The melody is related to the hornpipes the Groves and the Drunken Sailor, and is found in innumerable New World variants. Michael Gallagher's piping recording of the Collier's may be heard on this site; a recording of flute player John Griffin playing the tune and lilting will be made av...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 1,063
[audio]Memories of Ballymote, Gurteen Cross Polkas - Paddy Killoran
Fiddle solo, Jim McGinn - piano, Decca 12103. Two polkas, of native Sligo creation it would seem. The Chieftains recorded these as the Church Street polkas on their first LP.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 893
[audio]Dublin Lassies - Reels - Paddy Killoran and His Pride of Erin Orchestra
Fiddles, sax, banjo, accordion, Decca 12000. The personnel are: Paddy Killoran/Paddy Sweeny - fiddles, Jack Healy - flute/sax, Eileen O'Shea - piano, James Ryan - banjo, William McElligott - accordion. The first tune is Maud Miller, recorded by James Morrison in the key of F; the second one goes under a plethora of names. Flute player John McKenna and banjoist Michael Gaffney called it The Maids Of Galway, for instance.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 828
[audio]Jerry Donovan's Favorite - Jig - Paddy Killoran and His Pride of Erin Orchestra
Fiddles, sax, banjo, accordion, Decca 12004. The personnel are: Paddy Killoran/Paddy Sweeny - fiddles, Jack Healy - flute/sax, Eileen O'Shea - piano, James Ryan - banjo, William McElligott - accordion. The first tune Killoran recorded as McPaddin's Favorite. The second jig is the Mist on the Meadow, or the Castlebar Races as Morrison titled it.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 817
[audio]The Girls of Bainbridge - Jig - Paddy Killoran and His Pride of Erin Orchestra
Fiddles, sax, banjo, accordion, Decca 12000. The personnel are: Paddy Killoran/Paddy Sweeny - fiddles, Jack Healy - flute/sax, Eileen O'Shea - piano, James Ryan - banjo, William McElligott - accordion. Coleman recorded both of these jigs; the first one gives its title to the medley, the second he called Coleman's Cross, which is also a name for a reel.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 2,246 4.50 out of 5 stars4.50 out of 5 stars4.50 out of 5 stars4.50 out of 5 stars4.50 out of 5 stars(4 reviews)
[audio]Sweeps, Heirloom - Hornpipes - Paddy Killoran and His Pride of Erin Orchestra
Fiddles, sax, banjo, accordion, Decca 12004. The personnel are: Paddy Killoran/Paddy Sweeny - fiddles, Jack Healy - flute/sax, Eileen O'Shea - piano, James Ryan - banjo, William McElligott - accordion. A trio of lively hornpipes. The second and third tunes are called Fly by Night and Ostinelli's Reel in Ryan's Mammoth Collection, later reprinted as Coles 1000 Fiddle Tunes, a book which seems to have been a major source for tunes, mostly these flat key hornpipes, for which it is an outstanding re...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 1,537
[audio]Decca Polka, Jim Ryan's Fancy - Paddy Killoran and Paddy Sweeny
Fiddle duet, unknown - piano, Decca 12131. Two lovely polkas, of what is sometimes called a Northern style, as opposed to the more punchy style of Sliabh Luachra. Many early polka compositions seemed to have this floating quality, with long held notes. The first tune was recorded by James Morrison as the Return of Spring. The two Paddies here rename it in honor of their recording company, who was commendably liberal in recording traditional Irish music in the 1930s.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 1,089
[audio]Gannon's Favorite - Hornpipes - Paddy Killoran and Paddy Sweeny
Fiddle duet, Edmund Tucker - piano, Crown 3127. This medley is named in honor of an older Sligo fiddler, Jamesy Gannon. The first tune is unique to this record as far as I know. The second was recorded by James's son, fiddler Tom Gannon, as Shoreham. Reg Hall, in the liner notes of the Michael Gorman compilation The Sligo Champion, says Gorman claimed this tune as his own composition, and that "Shoreham" was a corruption of "Gorman." In fact this tune was in print as far back as 1867, some twent...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 741
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